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South Africa South Africa: Gauteng on a Mission to Build Safer Communities
The Gauteng Provincial Government says it has adopted a comprehensive Provincial Policing Plan to turn the tide on crime in the province. “The plan seeks to strengthen and enhance leadership and managerial capacity to effectively and efficiently reduce the current high levels of crime to manageable levels. “It also proposes the reduction of crime and road fatalities by 50% in priority stations and 15 hazardous locations,” the Gauteng Department of Community Safety said in a statement on Tuesd ...
South Africa South Africa: Government to Fast-track Black Industrialist Programme
Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies says government plans to accelerate the creation of black industrialists with an aim of creating 100 black industrialists by the end of the coming financial year. The Minister said this when the Economic Sectors, Employment and Economic Infrastructure Development Cluster briefed the media, on Tuesday, on the implementation of its programme of action following President Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation Address, earlier this month. “The first phase of the B ...
South Africa South Africa: Ekurhuleni to put more Residents in Decent Homes
Plans are underway to reduce the housing backlog in Ekurhuleni following the announcement that government will start building 100 000 houses in the metro to benefit residents in the 119 informal settlements in the municipality. The massive human settlements project was announced by Ekurhuleni Executive Mayor Mzwandile Masina during a sod turning event held in Leeuwpoort, Boksburg, on Monday.
South Africa South Africa: Time to Tell SA and Russsia Story – Minister Muthambi
Russia Story There is a need to tell the story of the relations between South Africa and the Russian Federation using the different media platforms of the two countries, says Communications Minister Faith Muthambi. “We need to tell the story of the relations between South Africa and Russia using the different platforms at our disposal. We need to tell the stories that will also reach the ordinary men and women in our respective countries, so that they should understand the significance of our b ...
South Africa South Africa: Modern Schools to Improve Education in Townships
The provision of schools with modern facilities in townships will improve the quality of education in townships, says Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi. He said this at the official handover of the newly built Soshanguve East Secondary School in Pretoria on Sunday. MEC Lesufi said the provision of schools with modern facilities will also have an economic impact and assist to stimulate the township economy. “Our learners will get quality education where they reside. We are prioritising town ...
South Africa South Africa: SA Meets 50% of Food Production Target
South Africa has been able to meet 50% of its target for food production in the fourth quarter of 2016, despite the drought. Minister in the Presidency responsible for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Jeff Radebe on Thursday said 374 299 hectares of under-utilised land were cultivated on farms under the Recapitalisation and Development Programme. He was addressing the media on the outcomes of the fortnightly Cabinet meeting.
South Africa South Africa: Progress made in Eradicating Backlogs in Health Facilities
Cabinet says the country has made progress in eradicating backlogs in health facilities. Speaking on behalf of Cabinet on Thursday, Minister in the Presidency responsible for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Jeff Radebe, said this includes progress in the maintenance of about 70 clinics and Community Health Centres. Minister Radebe briefed the media in Pretoria following a Cabinet meeting on Wednesday in Cape Town.
South Africa South Africa: Over 90% of SA’s Children attend School: Stats SA
An approximate 11.1 million children aged between 7- 17 years were attending school in 2015, Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) said on Thursday. Releasing the Survey of Activities of Young People (SAYP) 2015 Report, Stats SA said of the 11.2 million children aged 7 to 17 years in South Africa, 11.1 million children were attending school, while 179 000 were not attending school in 2015. “Among those attending school the number of girls (5 505 000) was slightly higher than that of boys (5 5 ...
South Africa South Africa: Government Supports 27 Black Industrialist
Government has supported 27 black industrialists from the first quarter of 2015/16 to the third quarter of 2016/17 to advance economic transformation. “Economic transformation requires radical change in the productive base of the South African economy. It also requires changing the patterns of participation by previously disadvantaged individuals in the economy,” Minister in the Presidency for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Jeff Radebe said. Briefing the media in Pretoria on Thursday ...
South Africa South Africa: Over 29 000 Households Access Piped Water
A total of 29 626 households gained access to piped water during the period between October and December 2016, says Minister in the Presidency responsible for Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Jeff Radebe. Addressing the media on Thursday following yesterday’s Cabinet meeting, Minister Radebe said the construction of the Ncora Water Treatment Works and Kalahari East to Mier pipeline has been completed, while the Jozini Pongolapoort and Gariep Dam are in the final stages of construction. ...
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